InfoWatch Attack Killer is a Continuous Security product leveraging the best-of-breed technologies designed to protect against a variety of targeted attack types.

Continuously protected valuable information, mitigated reputational and financial risks

The synergy of unique self-learning technologies by InfoWatch Attack Killer protects organizations against the majority of targeted attack types aimed at compromising sensitive data or stealing money.

Completely automated proactive protection based on self-learning algorithms

InfoWatch Attack Killer continuously protects company’s assets on both web application and in-house infrastructure layers.

Discovering malicious intents

Continuous monitoring of the protected company’s IT systems allows Targeted Attack Detector, an InfoWatch Attack Killer module, to identify anomalies in software implemented in the company’s infrastructure before the InfoWatch solution was put into operation.

Information security incident investigation

Being a part of InfoWatch Attack Killer, Targeted Attack Detector helps investigate information security incidents associated with abnormal processes inside the organization.

365/24/7 guaranteed resource availability

One of the most common and easy to deploy enterprise threats is a DDoS attack, i.e. distributed denial of service suffered by a web resource.

Strong protection of company’s web infrastructure covering zero-day exploits as well

Web infrastructure is a frequent penetration point for intruders carrying out a multi-vector targeted attack, while yet unknown, the so-called zero-day, vulnerabilities are especially dangerous. Web Application Firewall and Custom Code Scanner (modules of InfoWatch Attack Killer) exchange the information about discovered code vulnerabilities and thus automatically address critical security issues, ensuring proactive protection of the company’s web infrastructure and assets.

Automated security development lifecycle (SDL)

To optimize the security code development lifecycle (SDL), you may combine WAF and CCS, which both can be integrated into the existing software version control and bug tracking systems, with a developer task automatically generated for each detected vulnerability and follow-up control being in place.